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Sky Habitat
Bishan Street 15, 573908, Ang Mo Kio / Bishan / Thomson (D20)


Project Name

Sky Habitat

project type



Capitaland & Mitsubishi Estate Asia Pte. Ltd.


99-year Leasehold


S$ 1,700 - S$ 2,250

Completion Year


# of Floors


Total Units

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Situated in Bishan in District 20, Sky Habitat was designed by the same architect behind Marina Bay Sands. It is a stunning, eye catching building that boasts 509 homes ranging from 1 bed + study units up to duplex penthouses, with many different options and configurations in between. Sky Habitat also has a good range of facilities, including a 50-metre pool and tennis court, but it is its location that is its biggest draw. A 3-minute walk from Bishan MRT Station on the North South and Circle Lines, it is a quick commute into the city. Sky Habitat is also only a 10-minute drive to Orchard Road. Junction 8 with its numerous retail and dining options, as well as a cinema is also only 3 minutes’ walk away.

Sky Habitat is developed by CapitaLand, one of Asia’s largest real estate companies headquartered and listed in Singapore. Its diversified global real estate portfolio includes integrated developments, shopping malls, serviced residences, offices and homes. Core markets include Singapore and China with Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam being potential new growth markets.

Sky Habitat – Unique Selling Points

Sky Habitat is a stunningly designed building (the same architect that was behind Marina Bay Sands), and it has a very good array of facilities, high-quality units, appliances and fixtures and fittings, but it is its location where it comes into its own. Located in Bishan on the city fringes, Sky Habitat is a 3-minute walk from Bishan MRT on the North South and Circle Lines. That means you can be in the CBD in a little over 20 minutes, door to door. Junction 8 with its retail and dining options and cinema is also a 3-minute walk from the development, while Bishan Ang Mo Kio Park is a short distance away providing residents of Sky Habitat some respite from the buzz of the city.

Sky Habitat – Accessibility

In terms of accessibility, Sky Habitat is hard to beat. Bishan MRT Station on the North South and Circle Lines is a 3-minute walk from the development. From there it is 8 stops to Raffles Place, and Orchard will take about 10 minutes. Bishan is also the location for the bus interchange, giving access to those parts of the island not covered by the MRT network. Junction 8 with more than 170 shops, plus a cinema is a 3-minute walk from Sky Habitat.

In terms of driving, major arterial roads such as Braddell Road, Upper Thomson Road and Marymount Road are all within easy reach, as are the PIE and CTE. This means in good conditions, it is just a 10-minute drive to Orchard Road, and only very slightly longer to the CBD.

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Facilities & Amenities


  • Covered car park
  • Children's Playground
  • Covered Linkways
  • Community Garden
  • Drop Off Point
  • Fitness corner
  • Fun pool
  • Function room
  • Gymnasium room
  • Lap pool
  • Lift lobby
  • Main entrance
  • 24 hours security
  • Swimming pool
  • Tennis courts

Buildings Details

Building # Floors # Units
Building @ 7 Bishan Street 15 57390838255
Building @ 9 Bishan Street 15 57390938239
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Sky Habitat Review

Sky Habitat is a 509-unit development along Bishan Street 15, known for its iconic design and architecture. Designed by famous architect Moshe Safdie, the project features unit sizes ranging from 1- to 4-bedroom and penthouse units.

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